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Red Ransom's great weekend continues with another winner of a G3 Classic trial, this time the Ballysax Stakes at Leopardstown

Red Ransom sired the winner of two Classic trials in two days thanks to the exploits of unbeaten filly Muthabara and improving colt Moiqen, both c

Unbeaten Red Ransom filly lands G3 Dubai Duty Free Stakes

Sheikh Hamdan's homebred Red Ransom filly Muthabara retained her unbeaten tag and shortened further in the 1000 Guineas market with a gutsy win in the G3 Dubai Dut

Dubai Destination, Kheleyf, Refuse To Bend and Reset all prove popular on opening day at Park Paddocks

The opening session of the Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale on 16 April proved successful for four of Darley's young stallions, with Dubai Destination,

Exceed And Excel responsible for three of the top lots at the DBS breeze-up; Tobougg filly makes £180,000

With Exceed And Excel having made such a fantastic start with his first Australian runners, it was no surprise to see his ye

Consistent middle-distance campaigner Oriental Tiger victorious in Cologne

Five-year-old Tiger Hil entire Oriental Tiger ran out the two-length winner of the €50,000 (A$85,000) G3 Grand Prix Aufgalop over 2200m in Germany on Sunday.

Oriental Tiger victorious in Cologne; G3 runner-up for Red Ransom in Leopardstown Guineas Trial; Hatta Fort beaten a nose in Lafayette Stakes

Five-year-old Tiger Hill entire Oriental Tiger ran out the two-length winner of the €50,000 G3 Grand Prix Aufgalopp over 11 furlongs at Cologne on Sunday.

Percolator becomes Kheleyf’s first winner with a two-and-a-half length victory at Lingfield

Kildangan Stud resident and first-season sire Kheleyf opened his winners’ account in style on 31 March when Percolator

Red Ransom enjoys G3 double in southern hemisphere, the same day his son Arlington takes third in G1 Randwick Guineas

Dalham Hall resident Red Ransom has been enjoying a purple patch of late with his runners in the southern hemisphere, notching up no fewer than four individual Black type winners a

The world’s richest race meeting is but days away with a host of Darley-sired runners going forward to play their part in a truly international extravaganza

With $21m on offer on Saturday night, it’s little wonder that the Dubai World Cup meeting has become one of the most prestigious fixtures of the year.